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Republicans torches liberal ‘dark’ money — and oppose new laws that disclose donors

WASHINGTON — Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has opened up a new line of fire against liberal “dark money” groups that collect large sums of cash from undisclosed donors and use it to promote Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.“Before the 2020 election, one far-left dark money group put Judge Jackson on their Supreme Court…

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Republicans Set up Shop at Gas Stations to Draw New Voters

Republicans are intensifying efforts to use high fuel prices to their advantage ahead of November’s midterm elections, as the Republican National Committee (RNC) held three voter-registration drives outside of three gas stations in Arizona over the weekend. “There’s no doubt that everyone is feeling the pain at the pump, so a gas station right now…

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House Republicans eye historic wins in South Texas

IRVING, Texas — South Texas has never elected a Republican to serve in the U.S. House, but the GOP’s losing streak may end in November. Republicans have a shot at winning up to three seats in South Texas, where Democrats have been losing ground with Hispanic voters for the past two election cycles and President…

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Republicans question U.S. release Russian cybercriminal

The top Republicans on four House committees are questioning the Biden administration‘s decision to “prematurely release” a Russian cybercriminal, raising concerns that “he may now be working against U.S. interests.” Reps. Jim Jordan and Michael Turner, both of Ohio, and Reps. John Katko of New York and Michael McCaul of Texas fired off a letter…

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NYS Republicans Nominate Zeldin and Esposito for Gubernatorial Ticket

GARDEN CITY, New York—The New York state Republican Party nominated Congressman Lee Zeldin for governor and Alison Esposito for lieutenant governor on March 1, the second day of its two-day convention at the Garden City Hotel on Long Island. Zeldin was the first nominee to address the issue of the 4,000 employees of the City…

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House Republicans Ditch the 2013 Pro-Amnesty ‘Autopsy’ Plan

The House Republicans’ campaign arm has rushed out a report showing Republicans are gaining support from Latino voters because of pocketbook economic policies, including opposition to illegal migration. “Hispanic battleground voters think Republicans in Congress (42%) can do a better job of dealing with jobs and the economy than Democrats in Congress (35%),” says the February…

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It’s 2022 and Republicans are running on a platform to erase Black history

Republicans believe they’ve found their winning issue for the 2022 election: banning what they call critical race theory from being taught to students from kindergarten to college. This is especially true in swing states like Wisconsin where, after Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, vetoed the GOP-controlled Legislature’s bill banning the subject, the leading GOP candidates…

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Most Republicans Think Pence Had No Right To Overturn Trump’s Election Loss, Poll Finds

Topline Former President Donald Trump is fixated on the notion that his vice president could have somehow overturned the results of the 2020 presidential election, but a new Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday suggests most Republican voters don’t agree with Trump’s view, and many appear ready to move past the issue entirely. Then President Donald…

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A Handful of Republicans Are Trying to Prevent Trump 2024 (And It’s Not Going Well So Far)

There are approximately 1 million reasons why the words “Donald Trump has won the 2024 election” should send shivers down people’s spines, up to and including the prospect of again watching the president of the United States board Air Force One with toilet paper stuck to his shoe, and seeing Christmas ruined for countless children…

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Why Republicans Oppose Biden’s Promise to Nominate the First Black Woman to The Supreme Court

It didn’t take long after Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement for conservative politicians and pundits to criticize President Biden’s campaign pledge to nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court. Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas denounced Biden’s promise as “offensive” while GOP Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi preemptively dismissed the prospective nominee…